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    Sunday Online Meeting Join us this Sunday, May 24 at 9 a.m. EDT as we are led in online worship by Majors David and Beverly Ivany.

    Purpose and Promise

    I’ve learned to put God first in everything.

    Salvation Army senior soldier Geraldine Lambert has served in the Army in a variety of capacities. But what's constant is a life dedicated to trusting in God. "I rely on him every day," she says.

    Sacred Wishes

    Foster care should be a safe space. But is it failing Indigenous children?

    Opinion & Critical Thought
    It’s important for Canadians to realize that Indigenous children are heavily represented in the child welfare system due to years of colonization, residential schools and the Sixties Scoop. This trauma will continue into future generations unless people are willing to learn the stories of colonization, which has and continues to threaten Indigenous communities.

    Access Denied

    It’s not your job to determine how disabled a person is.

    For Salvation Army senior soldier Darryn Oldford, how we choose to respond to others reflects our own character. How can we not cause offence? Err on the side of compassion, he says.

    Best Buds

    Salvation Army program connects with moms in person and online.

    Willowbuds is a mom-and-tots program of The Willows, a Salvation Army church in Langley, B.C.

    Ordeal in the Operating Room

    As Debby Nelson underwent brain surgery, her unborn child's life hung in the balance.

    Faith & Friends
    When Debbie Nelson underwent brain surgery, her unborn child's life hung in the balance. Even now in the Salvation Army church that he attends, 11-year-old Hayden is still referred by members of the congregation as the "miracle child."

    90 Laps for 90 Years

    How one Burlington senior is walking to collect donations for local Army.

    Celebrating his 90th birthday, Charlie McDougall is on a mission to raise $2,500 for The Burlington Salvation Army Community & Family Services to help during the pandemic. How? Walking 90 laps around his community, collecting $2 per lap.

    Be a Good Neighbour

    What we can learn from Mister Rogers about shalom.

    Opinion & Critical Thought
    As we strive to cultivate a community of shalom—of wholeness and flourishing—within our organization, one in which we believe the best in each other, want the best for each other and expect the best from each other, may we be quick to be good neighbours, sharing the gifts of time and vulnerability.